Configuration :: Error Handling Strategy For Exceptions Causing Page Request Fail?

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I have been tasked with implementing a strategy to catch all errors in an application which cause a user request or interaction to crash and then e-mailk this exception to a support team in advance of a user calling about the error.Some errors however are not causing the page to crash or be redirected to the custom error page but these are being emailed to the support team instead of simply being loggedMy requirement is to seperate what exception types will cause a page fail and which will not.Example I am currently receiving a System.Web.HttpUnHandledException which is not causing any page to fall over and therefore is not of relevance to the support team. this can be logged but does not require emailing.

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